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X-pro experiments

X-pro experiments

so i've been having some annoy mind bending-ly frustrating annoying results from all the E6 films i shoot and develop after exploring the the olympus a bit better and grown more fond of it i realised the aperture is manual but the shutter speed is full auto so running the film on a 100ISO stop was over exposing hugely so i turned it upto a slightly higher stop of 200ISO and the results evidentially became a lot more clearer prominent and what i was after booming contrast and great depth of field i will run my next film at an even higher ISO to push the boundaries a little more :)

chilledvondub This photo was shot on film. Taken by chilledvondub with an Olympus OM-10 loaded with Kodak Elitechrome EB film (available in our Online Shop) in Horsham, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: olympus, om10, 35mm, 135, x-pro, kodak, chrome, elite, eb, 100, e6, c41, crossdeveloped, homedevelopment, chilledvondub, horsham, and sussex. Date: 2012-03-25. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Olympus OM10 Vs. Kodak Elite Chrome EB (Expired 2010).

2 comments

  1. rocafish

    rocafish

    ok, this was with an Elitechrome EB 100, taken with ISO200? The shots are amazing!

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  2. chilledvondub

    chilledvondub

    @rocafish Yeah when shooting E6 i intend on cross processing i always stop up on ISO. Every film i have used apart from Fuji 64T I have found that the exposure is a lot more precise. :)

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